minus Carolinianum Group (s) X
Syn: 'Blue Donau'
FCC 1965, AGM (1993) 2012
Flowers: clusters of pale pinkish violet flowers each up to 2.5cm across.
Foliage: An almost spherical mound of growth with striking grey green almost circular leaves about 2.5cm
across. The leaves turn a dark metallic colour in winter.
10 year height/spread: 0.3m/0.3m
Recognise by: the circular grey toned leaves, the grey blue young growth, and the flowers.
Easy to root and grow and free flowering.
Probably the hardiest dwarf. Grow in full sun. Does well in dry places.
Photo: Chris Callard